Fashion Police

The victim has been stabbed more than thirty times, and the crime scene is awash with blood.  Near her head, police discover a distinctive button.  If they can find the owner of the shirt the button came from, they’ll also find the killer.

Church Disservice

A woman attends evening church services… then disappears.   Eyewitnesses see her getting into a van, but their descriptions of the vehicle don’t match.  Three days later her body is discovered, and the search for the driver of that van intensifies.

Seedy Intentions

When a nine-year-old girl goes missing, police and volunteers spend weeks searching for her.  A psychic’s vision leads to a field where her body is discovered, along with what investigators hope is enough evidence to also find her killer.

DNA Dragnet

What looks like a casual meeting is actually an abduction, leading to murder.  The MO is similar to a murder which occurred 5 months earlier.  When investigators learn the crimes might not be random, they also realize a serial killer may be on the loose.

Smiley Face

The woman was sexually assaulted, stabbed, and left for dead.   She survived and provided a description of her attacker.  When someone who fit the description came forward, police were sure they had their man… until the DNA evidence proved them wrong.

Dirty Laundry

The victim was a self-made man who never minced words.  Perhaps he was murdered by a disgruntled employee.  Perhaps the racy photos in his safe held the clue to solving the crime.  Or perhaps investigators could follow the money and find the killer.

Drowning Sorrows

A family vacation becomes a nightmare when the wife is found face-down in the lake.  Determining the manner of her death proves to be difficult… until a forensic pathologist uses a groundbreaking technique to discover the truth.

As Fault

The woman in the back of the truck was flailing her arms, screaming.  They thought she was doing something dangerous for the fun of it.  But when they found a jacket near a pool of blood, they knew what they’d seen wasn’t a joy ride;  it was an abduction.

Family Ties

After he got inside, the assailant used an ax to kill the husband and critically injure his wife. Nothing was taken; this wasn’t a robbery. DNA from skin cells collected hundreds of miles away would reveal the killer’s identity and his motive for murder.